Located in cool, beautiful Park City, Utah and cradled by the Wasatch Mountains, the 389-acre Utah Olympic Park venue is open year-round to visitors.
The venue is home to six Nordic Ski Jumps (K10, K20, K40, K64, K90, K120 meter), 1,335-meter sliding track with five start areas, freestyle aerials winter training and competition hill, and 750,000-gallon training pool. It also features the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center, which houses both the Alf Engen Ski Museum and George S. and Dolores Doré Eccles 2002 Olympic Winter Games Museum.
Parking and admission to the museums and venue is free.
Utah Olympic Oval is part of the Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation and sister venue to Utah Olympic Oval.The Legacy Foundation's primary mission is a Utah non-profit 501(c)(3) organization responsible for managing and maintaining world-class Olympic legacy facilities and providing opportunities for people of all ages and abilities to participate, educate, and excel in winter sports.
Inspired by the success and momentum of the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games, the Foundation has turned its focus toward embracing, engaging and involving Utah’s youth in winter sport. From community-based recreational camps, progression-oriented development programs to its official designation as an official U.S. Olympic Training Site, the Foundation represents the future of winter sports in North America.
In the summer, the signature Comet Bobsled ride is the park’s defining activity. With a seasoned bobsled pilot, up to three guests can ride this thrill of a lifetime and reach speeds up to 65 mph. The length of the full track includes 15 curves and we challenge you to count them all as you take this amazing ride.
Adventure activities include two ziplines, featuring the Extreme Zip (one of the steepest ziplines in the world), the uniquely designed Alpine Slide, three adventure ropes courses and a special challenge called the Drop Tower.
There are nature trails throughout the venue, so feel free to wander. Don't miss athlete training where you might catch a future Olympian. For the more ambitious, we invite you to try freestyle jumping into the Aerials Pool on skis!
Come winter, the Comet Bobsled ride ups the ante with a course of perfectly carved ice. Each winter sled holds three guests, and the ride can reach speeds up to 80 mph. The adventure ropes courses are also open in the winter – the perfect family activity during a ski vacation.
Utah Olympic Park was built ahead of the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games. During the 2002 Games the Park hosted bobsleigh, skeleton, Luge, Nordic Ski Jumping, and Nordic Combined events. Today, the venue is an active Official U.S. Olympic Training Site providing a training center for Olympic and development level athletes. The venue hosts a number of world-class competitions annually ranging from U.S. Olympic Trials to World Cups to North America Cup sporting events.